Surface Pro X shown off in sleek sizzler video

Microsoft Surface Pro X
Microsoft Surface Pro X

What you need to know

  • Microsoft's new Surface Pro X is powered by ARM utilizing a custom chipset.
  • The tablet is thin, light, and has thinner bezels than the Surface Pro 7 or previous Surface Pro devices.
  • The Surface Pro X is set to launch on November 5 and is available to preorder now starting at $999 (opens in new tab).

Microsoft announced a slew of new hardware at the October Surface event. The Surface Pro X is was one of the flashier devices shown off at the beginning of the keynote. The Surface Pro X is thin, light, and has thinner bezels than the Surface Pro 7. It's the next interation of Surface Pro design and it's shown off in a new sizzler video.

The Surface Pro X will be available later this year. It runs a custom chipset, the Microsoft SQ1, that's made through a collaboration of Microsoft and Qualcomm.

Here's everything Microsoft announced at its Surface 2019 event

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3 Comments
  • Re...move...able...storage?
    That is AWESOME!
  • Indeed, no clue why that isn't on the SP7. I'm not sold on W10 on ARM, or this device, but that's such an interesting selling point that it's got me thinking that I couldn't justify a SP7 without it at the same price.
  • Can't play video